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  • #31
    Well looks neat, but the chances are I probably wont be able to get one until they hit the used market in 2-3 years.
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    • #32
      Yup. They missed the two most asked for upgrades. The footswitchable modes and the separate eqs.

      If it had the footswitchable modes I would be all over it. The other "upgrades" don't really interest me.
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      • #33
        I'm interested. Hopefully they're more reliable though.
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        • #34
          Yup. They missed the two most asked for upgrades. The footswitchable modes and the separate eqs.

          If it had the footswitchable modes I would be all over it. The other "upgrades" don't really interest me.


          I imagine this is to keep them out of the JVM's back pocket
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          • #35
            I had listed my DSL for sale but quickly took it down, since I realized that I was planning to buy another down the road. Figured I may as well just keep this one instead of selling it and buying another one later.

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            • #36
              Don't forget...
              - Rectifier that overheats, unsolders itself and and arcs
              - Tube socket solder joints breaking loose... arcing again
              - Fail-prone output jack switching that could take out the entire output transformer
              - Arcing prone, non-fusible screen resistors
              - Oscillating power tubes
              - Thin PCB to which arcing burns holes
              - Connectors developing intermittency or breaking their solder joints: arcing... again.
              - Powering the delicate low voltage circuit from filament supply: Plate-filament short toasts everything. And as if you would even need that bad luck, couple that to a PCB design flaw that easily allows screen supply to arc into the filament supply.

              It's like a record of how much fail you can compile to a design.


              Never had those problems, but I have noticed you bag on Marshall's a lot.

              The DSL is a great amp, ad I know so many people gigging with them and never once having a problem.
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              • #37
                Initially they had a pc board that would break down and become conductive causing the failures pictured, they would burn up!
                The board was replaced by a better version.

                Also, they really need to make the modes for each channel footswitchable.



                I has one of the originals it was checked over with a tech and all was fine after 10 years of use, but that was the head. The combo wasn't do good though.
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                • #38
                  This!

                  I already have a JVM 410H, but the "Joe Satriani JVM" looks very cool!


                  Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition $2600.00

                  Joe Satriani Edition Amplifier Head Features:

                  * Modified version of the classic JVM410 amp, voiced to Joe Satriani's tonal specifications

                  * Four noise gates help you dial in a defined tone on every channel

                  * Clean channel is the same design found in the Marshall LM6100

                  * Orange crunch channel is the same design found in the Marshall JCM800 (2203)

                  * Red crunch channel is similar to the Marshall AFD100 in AFD mode

                  * Overdrive channels sound more dynamic and open, thanks to a re-designed power supply

                  * "Mid Shift" control on OD1 and OD2 shifts the midrange focus for extra tonal versatility

                  * 12AX7 preamp tubes, EL34 power tubes

                  * Footswitch included

                  * MIDI input for configurable switching and control


                  They missed a channel unless the pic isnt accurate.
                  http://www.guitarampboard.com/index.php

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                  • #39
                    They missed a channel unless the pic isnt accurate.


                    Nope, that's a 4 channel head.
                    GUITARS:
                    Ibanez UV777BK - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze SC middle/Blaze neck
                    Ibanez RG7420 - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze neck
                    Gibson Les Paul Studio - stock
                    Squier Stagemaster - EMG 81s

                    AMPS & CAB:
                    Marshall JVM 210H
                    Marshall JCM 900 4100 (modded)
                    Marshall 1960B (G12T-75 / Hellatone 30 X-Pattern)

                    PEDALS:
                    Boss TU-2
                    Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
                    Maxon OD808
                    MXR Phase 90
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                    Digitech Turbo Flange
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                    • #40
                      No they don't, I've owned the TSL100 and DSL100 multiple times and side by side. The differences are negligible and indistinguishable when EQd more or less the same. If anything, the TSL sounds tighter with the lead channel engaged!


                      I think a lot of folks simply use the DSL's green channel. I am in that camp. But I also feel the TSL's other channels are not all that desirable. And neither is the red channel of the DSL.

                      That said, I hope this forces prices for the old DSLs down because I want one! And I am cheap!
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                      • #41
                        Mother****************ingthis. My biggest complaint about the DSL. Front panel is great, which makes for a great studio amp, but is very limited when playing it live, unless you just want two channels like most of us.

                        However, there are always way of modding it to make it footswitchable.


                        THIS. Everything is able to be modded.
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                        • #42
                          Nope, that's a 4 channel head.


                          the description part.
                          http://www.guitarampboard.com/index.php

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                          • #43
                            the description part.


                            OD1 and OD2 are the high gain channels on the standard JVM 410 head.
                            GUITARS:
                            Ibanez UV777BK - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze SC middle/Blaze neck
                            Ibanez RG7420 - Evolution 7 bridge, Blaze neck
                            Gibson Les Paul Studio - stock
                            Squier Stagemaster - EMG 81s

                            AMPS & CAB:
                            Marshall JVM 210H
                            Marshall JCM 900 4100 (modded)
                            Marshall 1960B (G12T-75 / Hellatone 30 X-Pattern)

                            PEDALS:
                            Boss TU-2
                            Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
                            Maxon OD808
                            MXR Phase 90
                            Boss CH-1
                            Digitech Turbo Flange
                            Boss NS-2
                            Hardwire DL-8
                            Blackstar HT-DistX







                            Originally Posted by Pepi


                            Short 100 bucks **************** YOU OBAMA

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                            • #44
                              Does it come with one of these?


                              it's not a Bugera...
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                              • #45
                                If anything, I think I liked my TSL100s more than the DSL100s, but both amps need tweaking to get what you want out of them. We used to cover a few Fear Factory songs and I simply used a stock TSL100. It is really versatile.

                                But that all said, the mere fact that the JVM410h exists, I wonder why anyone would bother with either.

                                The JCM2000s were not the most reliable of amps, I did need to journey up to Milton Keynes every so often for Marshall to fix them. But I never, across the 17 JCM2000 amps I owned, gigged and used, ever had to reach for a fire extinguisher or experience a stupidly expensive failure.

                                The three Bugera combos I had delivered lasted a total if 4 minutes between them; apparently plugging them in is expecting too much :S
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